Winter is very hard in Sydney, a cool 20 deg - the same as in Paris today...A good time for a walk along the cliff at South Head and we would normally end up having lunch at the pub - one of many Doyle's eateies empire, but they are renovating, so better head off back home and treat ourselves to a simple lunch of seafood & camembert!
We start with some gorgeous pacific oysters and then a nice snapper fillet simply grilled and laid on a cauliflower puree, and simple "champignons de Paris". It is Bastille Day after all! A good multigrain baguette from Pierre Labancz and a real Camembert from Normandy, washed with a Macon-Villages. Et voila!
Born in France, well travelled, relocated to Sydney in 1997.
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